Bob served four years behind bars for sexual assault after being convicted of molesting his daughter, Kim, when she was a child.

After claiming that Kim had been a willing participant in the abuse, Bob says he isn’t trying to put the blame on his daughter for what happened between them.

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“I don’t want any more hurt, I don’t want to live in the past, it’s too damn hurtful,” he says in the video above.

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When questioned why he was showing Kim pornographic films as a child, Bob claims “At the time it was—it wasn’t a big deal.”

“Any time a father is showing their minor daughter a pornographic video, that’s a big deal!” responds Dr. Phil.

“It wasn’t at the time,” says Bob. “At the time, I didn’t care. I didn’t care if somebody walked in and put a bullet in my head, that’s where I was coming from at the time, I just felt like I didn’t exist.”

When he was released from prison, Bob says he was put on a sex offender registry. Why does he claim it’s ‘The worst thing that can be done to a person,”?

Tune in Tuesday for part one of this two-part Dr. Phil.

This program contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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